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The Associate Production Manager assists the Production Manager in the oversight and management of department productions, performance facilities, and daily operations of the Production Office. Additional responsibilities include establishing and enforcing administrative procedures, administering budgets, organizing front-of-office operations and publicity, and assiting in scheduling the use of department performance and studio space.
Conduct academic and registration advisement for significant cohort of students. Advise these students and process all necessary paperwork regarding registration, study abroad, permission to register off campus, leaves of absence, AWOL status and readmission. Review, troubleshoot and approve degree progress reports for graduation candidates. Coordinate creation of graduation lists. Serve as liaison to registrar regarding recurring transcript issues. Prepare and distribute advisement and registration information for students.
Arts and Science is seeking a talented Program Administrator to join the Creative Writing Program. This individual will provide administrative services; administer the budget, including grant accounts; prepare annual and interim reports, analyze trends, and projections. Develop and implement office policies and procedures. Assist with faculty recruitment and serve as liaison with Office of Global Services to arrange for visa materials for faculty, visiting scholars, and short-term visitors; resolve problems. Plan and organize events and workshops. Supervise staff.
The Director, Bookstore Contract Services & Operations will:
- Oversee, direct, and manage NYU’s Bookstore operations and the contractual relationship with the vendors who provides services for the NYU bookstore.
- Act as a liaison and strategic partner between the vendor and the University stakeholder and schools.
- Ensure that the vendor meets expectations as outlined in the service agreement.
- Be responsible for strategic planning, programs and the quality and financial performance of the bookstore.
- Have direct oversight and authorization of the payroll approval and reconciliation for NYU’s employees and or student employees working at the bookstore.
Define, specify, configure and implement financial systems applications necessary to the operations of the Procurement department. Analyze systems output, document and present results, and trouble shoot recurring and unexpected behaviors. Lead procurement initiatives while engaging process owner for implementation solutions and improvements.
Manage a variety of financial and budget activities including analyzing revenue and financial aid, developing forecasting tools, supporting grant budgeting processes, preparing forecasts on revenue and gifts, budget recommendations, and developing and recommending procedures to provide optimal internal expense control.
The Web Application Developer provides technical programming expertise in support of NYU’s Content Management System (CMS). This role works collaboratively as part of a support team to NYU’s Digital Communications with NYU IT to develop components, migrate, and provide technical expertise related to the CMS. The incumbent also supports NYU Search integrations with University websites and collaborates with schools, campuses, and units globally. The work involved will be with integrating and working with both front-end, back-end development as well as CMS configuration.
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Coordinate stocking and re-stocking of sales floor. Review sales and perform regular inventories to determine reorder needs within guidelines. Coordinate a variety of activities between buying office and department manager. Coordinate daily sales floor/stock room operations within guidelines (e.g., train, assign and review work of student and temporary employees; arrange work schedules and coordinate work flow). Assist with receiving (e.g. process incoming stock for sales floor or move to stock location). Assist manager with scheduling and returns process.
Liberal Studies is looking for a talented Assistant Director of Advising and Diversity to join the team. This individual will advise students in Liberal Studies on academic programs, providing practical information related to the curriculum and degree progress, as well as administrative aspects of course selection and registration. This includes advisement for students in Global Liberal Studies and Liberal Studies, where students transition onto 8 undergraduate schools at NYU (representing 90 majors) as well as internal transfer options. Help students make informed decisions about their academic and professional goals. Interpret institutional policies and procedures for Liberal Studies, NYU, and relevant programming areas; and recommend or approve special exceptions when necessary. Facilitate access to university resources and support services through appropriate referrals. Each Assistant Director in Liberal Studies has a portfolio that consists of five components: (1) assigned caseloads for advisement from the general student population based on alphabetical distribution, (2) additional advisement and support for a special student population, (3) assigned programming areas which will be developed on behalf of students and colleagues, (4) service on relevant internal or external committees, and (5) liaison responsibilities with appointed schools or programs at NYU. The Assistant Director for Advising & Diversity supports programming, services and outreach for diverse student populations in Liberal Studies, such as international students, students of color, and first generation students (each of which represents 15-20% of our student body, a significant percentage). This position coordinates mentorship initiatives for these populations, and facilitates networked opportunities. In addition, the role coordinates placement, enrollment, support and tracking for ESL courses hosted through Liberal Studies for international students; and further provides decision support to Global Services on academic requests (eg. reduced courseloads, OPT/CPT work authorizations, etc). The Assistant Director liaises with relevant departments at NYU, such as Global Services, Center for Student Life, Center for Multicultural Education & Programs (CMEP), Academic Achievement Program (AAP), and the LS Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Working Group; and serves on relevant University and School committees, such as the First Generation Working Group.
Provide the first level of customer service to patients of the dental clinic, from greeting and routing patients to record maintenance and cashier duties. Monitor daily clinic operations, within guidelines. Assign and review work of and train a number of student and/or casual employees engaged in routine tasks. Assign patients to dental students. Maintain student and patient appointment books. Triage emergencies. Arrange for substitute patients as cancellations occur. Schedule follow-up examinations. Ensure proper processing of health-related transactions; calculate payments. Update and maintain files and records. Provide suggestions that improve existing policies and procedures. Handle inquiries requiring additional investigation and/or specialized knowledge.
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